Holiday Manor News

The latest updates on what's happening at Holiday Manor.


Pool Status:

  • The pool exterior lights are finished. We are waiting for the final "all clear" from the Health Department.   

Club House Progress:

  • The Shuffle Board Court drain had at least 25ft of roots in pipe and we believe runs under Mahogany. They are still working to get this resolved.
  • The Clubhouse awning is complete and has passed inspection.
  • The Shuffle Board awning has been inspected and passed.
  • The Shuffle Board lights have been repaired.
  • The entire Clubhouse has now been striped and waxed.
  • The Laundry Room ceiling tiles have been installed.
  • The Laundry Room door has been installed.

Additional Park Progress Updates:

  • The Screening Room Project: Due to unforeseen requirements recently implemented by FEMA & Collier County, the screen room has been placed on hold for the moment. The Board has requested more information/options on how to proceed with the screen room. The Board will be presenting the information/options at the November 6th Board Meeting so that Shareholder input can be obtained prior to a decision being made at the Nov. 20th Board meeting
  • End or Street Shut Offs: These will have not been completed as of yet. 
  • The sewer project has continued. They have begun lining the pipes. 

Disaster Preparedness Plan:

As the 2019 Hurricane Season begins please know that the Holiday Manor Co-Op does have a Disaster Plan in place. On May 29th, 2019 an informational meeting was held on-site to distribute local shelter information, emergency numbers and general information regarding Holiday Manor's Disaster Plan to residents. In the event of a hurricane, the Association will activate the Disaster Plan. There will be designated volunteers to help with community assessment, information and debris removal. The Billiard Room in the Recreation Hall will become a cooling station during the day. The Recreation Hall is not a shelter and NO ONE will be able to sleep over night in the Recreation Hall. The Association will be responsible to get the debris removed from the road ways for emergency personnel to pass safely. Also to work on getting the water, sewer and power back on as quickly as possible. Once we have the ability to access the Holiday Manor Office phone, we will change the voicemail message to an informational message. During the days following a hurricane, we will not be answering the phones, as the priority will be the safety of the park. We will change the voicemail message daily to give updates. The Association will not be going into anyone's home for any reason. It is not the Association's responsibility to check the homes for damage or to secure the property. We recommend you obtain a home-watch service to check on your home for when you are not here. Anyone designated as a volunteer for the Association will not be available to "check" on your home as the priority will be the Association Property. The Association extends its appreciation to the Disaster Planning Committee for their diligence with the Disaster Plan.

Florida Pipe-Lining Solutions Sewer Project:

1st week - Mobilize all equipment into place and get ready to begin the cleaning process.

2nd  week - Cleaning of the community mains and gearing up to begin the liner installs.

3rd week - Manhole to manhole liner installs.

4th week - currently unknown in which direction they will need to go with the liners and will update the community in real-time as they progress into the plan.

During the mobilization and cleaning portion of the process, they will not be shutting down your sanitary system and you will have full function of the system.